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Swiss club Neuchatel Xamax has hired former Sevilla, Deportivo La Coruna and Athletic Bilbao coach Joaquin Caparros after a turbulent start to the season. Neuchatel has lost its first two league matches without scoring a goal and fired its sporting
Athletic Bilbao coach Marcelo Bielsa has been welcomed by thousands of fans on his first day in charge of the Spanish club. Bielsa was heartily received Wednesday at the Basque club's Lezama training ground, with club supporters braving the rain to
Argentine coach Marcelo Bielsa will take over the helm of Athletic Bilbao after new club president Josu Urrutia won club elections on Thursday. Urrutia announced during the campaign that he would replace coach Joaquin Caparros with Bielsa.
Former Genoa coach Gian Piero Gasperini has emerged as the leading candidate to take over at Inter Milan and a decision is due before the weekend, club president Massimo Moratti said today. Current coach Leonardo, whose side lost the Serie A title
News reports say Inter coach Leonardo might leave the Serie A club to take up a general director post at Paris Saint-Germain. Gazzetta dello Sport says on Wednesday that Leonardo went to Doha for talks with officials of Qatar Sports Investments,
The officer, Maximo Alegre, was shot when two hooligans reportedly fired between 10 to 12 shots from a motorbike at a rival faction of Newell's Old Boys fans around 3.50pm local time on Saturday, La Capital reported. The shooting forced the game
Coach Claudio Borghi called up a squad of 28 players on Friday as Chile prepares for the Copa America, which starts July 1 in Argentina. Eighteen of the 28 players play for foreign clubs, and many of them formed the base of last year's World Cup team
Colombia, absent from the World Cup finals since 1998, will be the team to watch at the Copa America and in the 2014 South American qualifiers, Paraguay coach Gerardo Martino said on Friday. "Colombia have a very good group of players and they have
The 41-year-old replaces former boss Roberto Sensini, who stepped down one week ago. Torrente will be charged with turning around a team that has slipped to the bottom of the league table with just one win and five points from its first 10 games.
However, that result was declared null and void days later due to a clash between Segovia's personal business interests and his position as chairman and owner of first division club Union Espanola. Sergio Jadue won a second election last month and